As temperatures climb dad might be looking for a way to keep cool.  This father’s day why not buy him a gift that will help keep the heat off? When shopping around for a fan you don’t have to resort to a noisy and annoying desk fan. Introducing The Bladeless Personal Fan from, which provides maximum air flow without any of the maintenance and safety concerns of conventional portable fans.

An integrated turbine draws air into the base, increases its velocity, and expels it through a thin slot along the fan’s circumference, providing a cooling breeze without spinning blades.

The Bladeless Personal Fan can keep the temperature comfortable in the office, or set it on the kitchen counter. We have ours sitting on an end table in the living-room and it provides a nice breeze when you are watching TV. The fan is safer for young children and pets, because if a child puts their hand there then there is no blade to hurt them.

Tests performed by the Hammacher Schlemmer Institute showed the fan produced 500 feet-per-minute breezes from 2′ away–ideal power for generating a refreshing air stream. It can oscillate ninety degrees, and a dial will let you control the speed of the air. Another nice thing about the bladeless fan is that  it does not collect dust bunnies like traditional fans and can be cleaned with a quick wipe of a damp cloth.

When it comes to fan the Bladeless Personal Fan is the better option.

Hammacher Schlemmer is America’s longest running catalog, offering the Best, the Only, and the Unexpected since 1848. The company provides unique products that solve problems or represent the only one of their kind, and backs its products by a rather famous Lifetime Guarantee of Complete Satisfaction.

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Rose DesRochers is a Blogger, Writer, product reviewer and Founder of Today's Woman. Please feel free to contact me if you are a company with a product for me to review.

1 Comment

  1. I really like this concept. Not only easy for cleaning, but no fingers get caught up. Great way to stay cool and keep household injuries down.
    (remember the days when we had those metal fans with the big gaps. I’m surprised we survived that era)



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